'Crazy Kutumba will have a contemporary touch'

Oct 10, 2009 RGV

B'lore, Oct.11 (NR): Ramesh Arvind has started shooting for his next film Crazy Kutumba to be directed by B.Rama Murthy. After working with B.Rama Murthy in the film Hey Sarasu, the talented actor-director has become a huge fan of the veteran director.

"He works patiently and works everything in detail. I am happy to work with him as there is absolutely no tension on sets and B.Rama Murthy is a perfect task master," says Ramesh Arvind.

Ramesh Arvind is also happy that he is working with Anant Nag after a fairly long time. "Yes, we have been together in a number of films, but this film is special to me and Anant Nag sir also. Both of us have well defined roles. I play the role of his son with exceptional talents in automobiles, but whose deeds are not well recognized. Yes, the film has lots of comedy and a bit of sentiment also," he adds.

Though the film has a village background and Uttara Karnataka ambience in it, Ramesh has ensured that the language used in the film could be easily understood by ordinary people in different parts of the state. "Crazy Kutumba has a contemporary touch. Today we see multiple channels having lots of reality shows which have struck a chord with the viewers. We are having a reality show in the climax sequence of the film. This will be the highlight of the whole film," says Ramesh Arvind.

Crazy Kutumba revolves around a team of talented people in a family who remain unrecognized because of their base in the village. The members of the family decide to travel 600 k.m's to reach Bangalore traveling in an Auto from their village. "The trails they face during the journey and the events they encounter is the main crux of the story. It would be a perfectly enjoyable film for the family audience," says director B.Rama Murthy.

Ramesh Aravind Pictures


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